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Administration Section

The Administration tab contains settings directly related to the router itself.

Particularly, the Management page allows to specify the parameters of remote router administration, change the password for the Web-interface, enable/disable the use of the UPnP protocol, and save/restore the router’s settings in/from a file.

Enabling/disabling logging is done on the Log page.

Pressing the View Log button will open up a separate window for you to choose the necessary log.

On the Diagnostics page you can do the same as the commands ping and tracert do.

On the Factory Defaults page you can reset the router’s settings to their defaults.

The router’s firmware can be updated using the Firmware Upgrade page.

Status Section

The last page of the Web-interface is called Status. It consists of informational fields that reflect the status of the router at large as well as of its individual interfaces.

Thus, the router’s options cover virtually all of its areas of application. Each area is quite fully represented in the settings, which is just what you want from a device like the WRT300N.

 
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